39 Loy. L. A. L. Rev. [i] (2006)

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MAY 2006                   VOLUME 39                  NUMBERI
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMPOSIUM
FOOD MARKETING TO CHILDREN AND THE LAW
INTRODUCTION
by  M ichele  Sim on  ...................................................................................... 1
Symposium coordinator Michele Simon argues that up to now, most policy
discussions related to childhood obesity have focused on marketing so-
called healthier foods to kids. But such a narrow framing of the issue
ignores the larger problem caused by a $12 billion industry aimed at getting
children to eat the wrong kinds of foods. The policy solutions set forth in
the Articles of this Symposium, Simon observes, each take aim at this
seemingly intractable problem.  In reviewing the authors' individual
contributions to the junk-food marketing debate, she notes that together,
they set the foundation for positive policy change that will recapture control
over children's health.

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